Wonder Woman must use all her strength and power to stop a terrorist group from kidnapping Steve and other government officials.
Sabrina, Jill and-Kelly infiltrate a big city hospital to find a rapist who has been terrorizing the nightwatch nurses in "Terror on Ward One," on Channel 's "Charlie's Angels." Jill and Kelly pose as student nurses at the hospital and Sabrina enters the case as a local writer preparing a magazine story. Bosley is admitted to the hospital as a surgical patient with a bone spur. Inside, the team discovers old records of a malpractice suit in which a man died. All clues begin to point to the chief surgeon cited in the malpractice suit. His behavior is erratic due to his excessive use of amphetamines to keep up with the pace of his rigorous surgery schedule. The Angels suspicions are redirected, however, when one of the nightwatch staff is discovered to be the embittered son of the man who died in the malpractice suit. Meanwhile, Bosley provides the not-so-comic relief when he is mistaken for another patient and has his healthy appendix removed against his will.
Lured by a gigolo, wealthy women studying ballroom dancing are blackmailed for all they're worth in "Dancing in the Dark." The lonely widow of a Baseball Hall of Famer is blackmailed after a short affair with a gigolo she met at her dance classes; Charlie's Angels are called in to investigate.
Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), delivering a fellow Shaolin from a gallant but foolish death for a woman, turns an old enemy into a friend.
Endora sees Tabitha and Adam in their backyard plastic wading pool and accuses Darrin of being too cheap to buy the kids a swimming pool. Not wanting her grandchildren to be deprived, Endora zaps a huge pool in the backyard just as Darrin is standing ther
Darrin ends up with unwanted cash.
Endora pops in dust in time to witness a very harried, busy and quite usual morning for Samantha. Endora points out to Samantha that, if Darrin had some ambition that things would be a lot easier for her. Samantha informs Endora that she is quite content with Darrin and with her mode of living. Endora decides to cast a spell on Darrin which will give him more push and ambition. At the office, Larry Tate is surprised when Darrin consents to taking over the Braddock account -- one which Larry has been after a very busy Darrin to take over for months. When Larry asks Darrin to join he and Mr. Braddock for lunch, Darrin has Larry called away from the table on a phony telephone call. When alone, he makes quite clear to Braddock that most of the good work being done on the account is due to Darrin's efforts, not Larry's. Later, Mr. Braddock requests that Darrin handle the account.
Endora casts an "ambition" spell on Darrin almost breaking up a friendship and business association.
Samantha finds that a neighborhood playground, leased to the city for $1 a year, is to be razed for a supermarket. Darrin encourages Samantha to organize a protest. When a bulldozer bears down on the mothers and children, Samantha twitches the vehicle and its driver out of action. Harlan Mossler, grandson of the park's donor, plans to jail the women if they interfere again. At the office, Larry Tate congratulates Darrin on a supermarket presentation. Shocked to learn Mossier owns the parkland, Darrin tries to talk Samantha out of further protests. Larry confronts Darrin with newspaper headlines and assures Mossier that Darrin will order Samantha to back down. However, Darrin takes Samantha's part and rushes to give her moral support. After Mossier declares Darrin's job is at stake, Samantha decides to withdraw. However, Darrin insists she keep up the fight, even after Larry fires him. Inquiring what Col. Mossier would do, if he knew the park was being closed, Samantha twitches his statue to life. Col. Mossier orders his grandson to put the shopping center somewhere else. Shaken, Harlan rededicates the park to the children and gives Darrin all the Mossier advertising accounts. Samantha herself is confused when the statue breaks into a wide smile.
Samantha fights to save a neighborhood park for the children.
Determined to break up the Stephens' marriage, Endora summons Rollo, a handsome warlock who courted Samantha in the past. Endora seethes when Bo Callahan, a boorish client, asks her to do commercials for his new perfume, designed for the older woman. Endora brings Rollo to dinned and gives him a vial of love potion. Rollo slips some into Samantha's drink, but Endora sips it instead and is immediately smitten with B. Bill Welters, the agency art director, finishes her drink and surprises Harriet, his wife of twenty years, by his ardent wooing. Endora decides to marry Bo and takes him to a Justice of the Peace. Samantha can't stop Endora so she works the J.P., making him mislay his glasses and forget the marriage service. Endora pops Samantha back to her own home, but she takes Bo with her. Endora follows with J.P. and his wife. As he is about to pronounce Endora and Bo man and wife, the potion wears off. Endora again detests Bo and Samantha pops him back to his hotel. Bill once more takes Harriet for granted. Samantha tells Endora to stop trying to ruin her marriage, and that Rollo is too young to be Endora's escort. Rollo waves his arms and ages 20 years.
Endora drinks a love potion intended for Samantha.
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